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Do you guys have a recommended link to a tutorial or other forum about the reliability & validity of on-line sources? Primary vs Secondary vs

Do you guys have a recommended link to a tutorial or other forum about the reliability & validity of on-line sources? Primary vs Secondary vs Tertiary research reports (e.g., in medicine/ the sciences)? Thanks
Last Updated: Jun 10, 2014  |  1 Views
 
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We have a guide titled "Getting Started: Research".  In that guide, the section 'Choosing Best Sources' covers various topics related to choosing research materials, with a particular focus on resources found online.  Additionally, the guide 'Primary vs Secondary Sources' covers information on those materials.

http://guides.matc.edu/rcbs

http://guides.matc.edu/pwsources

If you would like a guide create specific to the needs of a course assignment, please let us know.  We have services such as subject guide creation and embedded librarian that may fit your needs.  You can learn more at http://guides.matc.edu/facultyresources - Thank you for contacting the MATC Libraries.

-Jenn

medvedj@matc.edu

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